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350213 UE BF1II - Planning and Documentation of Training (2018W)

2.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 35 - Sportwissenschaft
Continuous assessment of course work

Registration/Deregistration

Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

Details

max. 30 participants
Language: German

Lecturers

Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Wednesday 03.10. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 17.10. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 24.10. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 07.11. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 14.11. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 28.11. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 05.12. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 12.12. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 16.01. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Wednesday 23.01. 19:00 - 21:15 ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß

Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

The aim of this session is to outline the advantage of a well structured training process, and, as such, will take on a practical approach of periodization based on a broad theoretical background.

Main topics are:

Principles of adaptation in sport and exercise science

From novice to elite: multiple stages of training

Dynamic of training-variables

Practical approach for successful periodization

Performance assessment and monitoring of training

Applicability of training diaries

Assessment and permitted materials

Attendance

Deadlines for written works throughout the course

Examination

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

As a result of attending this course students should have knowledge in:

Physiological adaptations in response to physical activity

Properly application of physical activity to recreational or elite athletes

Setting realistic and challenging goals for athletes

Implication of performance assessment into the training process

Analysis of data relevant for monitoring the training process

Examination topics

To provide the theoretical background of periodization. There will be an emphasis of the strong relationship between exercise physiology and applied exercise science. Across the several applications of training the cross-linking within this course will set a framework for future work.

Reading list


Association in the course directory

BF1II

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